Heart Thoughts: Four Directions of Consciousness

Happy Valentine’s Day! I find myself reminiscing about grade school, where receiving valentines from classmates was such a thrill. I can’t recall exactly when that tradition faded, but what I’ve discovered is that the essence of love endures. Recently marking the second anniversary of LeRoy’s graduation into the Greater Reality, the love we shared for 32 years in his physical presence persists. Just as our cherished ones live on beyond the physical realm, so does love. If you haven’t realized it yet, know that you are deeply loved. In less than 30 days we move into daylight savings time. With…

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Heart Thoughts: True Community Blossoms

Last Sunday marked our potluck gathering, and it was truly heartening to enter Fellowship Hall and witness every table abuzz with lively conversations and people connecting. It’s in moments like these that true community blossoms. The act of sharing a meal goes beyond the confines of the sanctuary service, fostering open discussions, laughter, and the establishment of relationships. In this informal setting, a profound sense of belonging is nurtured, strengthening emotional ties within the community and laying the foundation for a supportive network among our folks. Explore other opportunities to strengthen connections and foster a supportive community through our Unity…

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Heart Thoughts: What We Really Are

The book discussions for The Trust Frequency in the Tuesday morning group will conclude soon. We’ve been engaged with this book since mid-September, meeting on Zoom from 10:30 a.m. to noon. Starting on February 13, we’ll embark on a new journey with Healing Conversation Now: Enhance Relationships with Elders and Dying Loved Ones, written by our own Joan Chadbourne, who is an integral part of our book group. Having the author among us as we explore the new book adds a special dimension. Registration is necessary. The Sunday morning series featuring Supercharged Self-Healing is off to an energetic beginning. The…

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